Atlantic Canada's Radio Station
We only accept hard copy compact disks for music reviews. We receive far too many requests that make it impossible to review all submissions. Additionally , we receive up to three thousand news releases a day. Expect a minimum of two weeks after receipt prior to publication of a review. We take a considerable amount of time with each review which often includes streaming music and artist interviews. Please do not send unsolicited mp3's via email.
All music submissions are considered for inclusion in the regular rotation of Atlantic Canada's Radio Station, East Coast Kitchen Party RADIO. Our station reaches thousands of people every month. Our Soundcloud attracts 2,500 weekly streams. We are currently accepting proposals for syndicated programs for inclusion on our station. Our format is primarly Atlantic Canadian music and roots and contempoary Canadian music. We no longer accept music submissions through a drop box.
Music submissions can also be sent to us through our account with DMDS We are currently serviced by the following companies through DMDS, Universal Music Canada, Warner Music Canada, RPM Music Services, Canvas Media, Starlight Music Group, Dine Alone Records, Spincount, Malkin Music, Groundswell Records, and Sound of Pop. Six Shooter Records, Borealis Records and True North Records are regular contributors to our playlist. We also recieve music through Airplay Direct and Radio Submit in the United States and numerous publicists across Canada.
East Coast Kitchen Party
14 Montebello Lane
Kanata, ON, K2L 1X6
For additional information, please contact us at: news (at) eastcoastkitchenparty.net
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Sunday: 8:30am NT, 8:00am AST, 11:00am GMT
From Newfoundland comes New Found Records with host Wayne Tucker. Wayne has been providing insight into the local music scene for years. His focus is on recordings made on vinyl records so expect Sagebrush Sam, John White, Wilf Doyle, Dick Nolan, and Joan Morrissey, the Du-cats, Ray Walsh, Harry Hibbs and an endless list of others. Wayne supplements the music of the 50s, 60s, 70s & 80s with a generous sprinkling of history and trivia. This is hard-to-find roots music of Newfoundland & Labrador so tune in Sunday morning at 8:30am NT, 8:00 AST.
Sunday: 9:00am AST, 9:30am NT, 12:00pm GMT
Paul Kellogg is a verteran broadcaster working at CFRB and CKEY in Toronto, WCBS News in New York and WELI in New Haven, CT. When he opened the Victory Cafe in Toronto some years ago, the concept (in addition to providing comfort food for patrons) was to have a place for the arts and music community to gather; so the second floor was used for things like: Jazz with Jeff Healey, the North by Northeast Music Festival, a Fringe Festival venue, weekly poetry readings, book launchings and music jam sessions.
Paul now lives in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia where Bluenose Opera House is produced. He is a volunteer and supporter of many local organizations such as Second Story Women's Centre, Lunenburg Folk Harbour Festival, Lunenburg Heritage Society, Musique Royale, Boxwood Festival, Lunenburg Waterfront Association and Paint Sea on Site. His program is wonderful! Listen Sunday at 9:00am AST 9:30am NT.
Sunday: 6:00pm AST, 6:30pm NT, 9:00pm GMT
Now in its 27th season, The Blues Own is entering an all new era. This includes a brand new host -- Multiple ECMA and MNS award winning, Atlantic Blues Recording Artist, John Campbelljohn!
Tuesday: 6:00pm AST, 6:30pm NT, 9:00pm GMT
The !earshot 20 is a nationally syndicated program that counts down the Top 20 albums charting across Canada from the charts compiled each week by 30+ Campus and Community radio stations and submitted to the National Campus and Community Radio Report. The show is aired live and recorded for syndication out of Saint John New Brunswick and airs weekly here Tuesday at 6:00pm AST 6:30pm NT by hosts Anthony Enman and Brian Cleveland.
Thursday: 6:00pm AST, 6:30pm NT, 9:00pm GMT
Robert Carnell just passed the 6th Anniversary of hosting Saltwater Music. He’s an example of why we need to collectively rethink what is “local.” The Newfoundland native produces the program in Kingston, Ontario where it is broadcast weekly. During those years, Robert has provided enormous support for East Coast Musicians attempts to gain exposure outside of Atlantic Canada, and Ontario is an important and lucrative market for many.